Munich Bachazouk Weekend 2024

🗓 When: 22nd March – 25th March 2024
🌐 Where: Munich, Germany
📍 Location: Neuhauser Str. 15A, 80331 München, Germany
🎟 Buy your tickets with a discount here

Who said Germans do not know how to have fun?
Not if you are in Germany at the end of March 2024.

Bachata and Zouk – all in the same place.

Welcome to the 2024 edition of the Munich Bachazouk Weekend festival.

What can you expect from this file?

  • International artists
  • Workshops
  • Parties
  • Dancers from all around Europe
  • …and many other surprises.

Line up of artists

Top-level Germans and international couples will be making it to this festival.s


Carlos & Paz

Donatas & Laura

Massa & Jessica

Florence & Alexej

… and many more!


DJ to be confirmed.

Where is the Munich Bachazouk Weekend 2024?

The festival will be organized in Munich,
first time in the city?
Keep reading till the end to discover more about this amazing German city.

The whole event will be taking place in The KULT TANZSCHULE in ADTV

The address of the venue is:
Neuhauser Str. 15A, 80331 München, Germany

When is the Munich Bachazouk Weekend 2024?

The biggest BachaZoul festival will be organized at the end of March 2024. 🗓from the 22nd of March to the 25th of March 2024 (Friday to Monday)

Prices for the Munich Bachazouk Weekend 2024

The prices for the FULL PASS start from 90EUR.
FULL PASS includes access to all workshops and all parties.

How to buy the tickets for Munich Bachazouk Weekend 2024

Great news,
it is possible to buy tickets to the festival online.

You can buy them at discount here.

Contact and official websites

Do you need more info regarding the festival?
Discover here the official website in case you need more info about the festival.

Do you want to level up prior to the festival,
you can book your bachata private class in Munich here.

What to do in Munich

Munich is a beautiful city with a lot of things to do and see.
If you are attending a bachata festival, you will have the opportunity to explore the city in your free time.
Here are some recommendations for what to visit in Munich for three days:


This is the heart of Munich and the perfect place to start your trip. You can see the famous Glockenspiel clock tower and enjoy the beautiful architecture of the surrounding buildings.


This is one of the most famous beer halls in Munich and a great place to experience Bavarian culture. You can enjoy traditional German food and beer while listening to live music.

Nymphenburg Palace

This is a beautiful palace located just outside of Munich. You can take a tour of the palace and its gardens and learn about Bavarian history.


This is a large outdoor market where you can find fresh produce, flowers, and souvenirs. It’s a great place to grab a quick bite to eat or do some shopping.

English Garden

This is one of the largest urban parks in the world and a great place to relax and enjoy nature. You can rent a bike or take a stroll through the park and enjoy the beautiful scenery.

Deutsches Museum

This is one of the largest science museums in the world and a great place to learn about technology and science. You can see exhibits on everything from airplanes to computers.

Where to stay in Munich

You love bachata and you want to enjoy the best festival in Munich.
But you also need a place to stay that won’t break your bank.

Don’t worry, we have you covered.

Here are some of the best options for accommodation in Munich that you can book right now.

Smart Stay Hotel Station:

This hotel is located right next to the main train station, which means you can easily get to the festival venue and explore the city. The rooms are cozy and clean, and you can enjoy free Wi-Fi and a buffet breakfast.

The best part?
You can book a room for as low as 35 euros per night.

The 4You Hostel & Hotel Munich:

If you want to meet other bachata lovers and have some fun, this hostel is perfect for you. It offers dorms and private rooms, as well as a bar, a lounge, and a game room. You can also join free walking tours and pub crawls organized by the hostel staff.

The price?
Only 20 euros per night for a bed in a dorm.

Hotel Amba:

This hotel is a great choice if you want some comfort and convenience. It is also close to the train station and the city centre, and it has spacious rooms with private bathrooms, TVs, and minibars. You can also enjoy a rich breakfast and a 24-hour reception.

The price?
Just 40 euros per night for a double room.

MEININGER Hotel München Olympiapark:

This hotel is located near the Olympiapark, where the festival takes place. It is a modern and stylish hotel that offers bright rooms with flat-screen TVs, USB ports, and hairdryers. You can also use the shared kitchen, the guest laundry, and the luggage storage.

The price?
Only 30 euros per night for a twin room.

These are just some of the amazing options for accommodation in Munich that you can find on online.

Where to eat in Munich

If you’re looking for budget-friendly restaurants in Munich after an intense night of dancing at the Bachata festival,
here are some options you might want to consider:

Chopan Schwabing –

This cozy restaurant serves delicious Afghan food that’s sure to satisfy your cravings. They have a great selection of dishes that are perfect for sharing with friends. Prices are reasonable and the service is friendly.

Cevicheria Pez

If you’re in the mood for seafood, this Peruvian restaurant is a great choice. They offer a variety of ceviche dishes that are fresh and flavorful. Prices are reasonable and the portions are generous.

Restaurant Pils Corner

This restaurant is known for its hearty German cuisine. They offer a variety of dishes that are perfect for filling up after a long night of dancing. Prices are reasonable and the portions are generous.

Other useful information when visiting Munich

Munich is a city that has a lot to offer.

It is the third most populous city in Germany with a population of 1,407,0001.

Munich is also one of the most important centers of economy in Germany.
The currency used in Munich is the Euro.

Munich is famous for its beer culture.
It is not only Bavaria’s capital but also Germany’s beer capital.

Per person,
the most beer is drunk in Munich, and around 7.5 MILLION litres are drunk during Oktoberfest.

Beer is not considered an alcoholic beverage but food in Bavaria.
The Bayerische Biergartenverordnung (former Bayerisches Biergartengesetz) allows you to bring your own food to a beergarden and of course also eat it there.

Munich has two airports:
Munich International Airport (MUC) and Augsburg Airport (AGB).

Munich International Airport is the second busiest airport in Germany and has two terminals.

You can commute from Munich International Airport to the city by train or bus.
The S-Bahn lines S1 and S8 connect the airport with the city center. The journey takes about 40 minutes.

Interesting fact: Munich does not have skyscrapers compared to other megacities.

Even smaller cities such as Cologne or Düsseldorf sport outstanding Skylines.
In Munich, the construction of buildings higher than 99 meters is prohibited

FAQ Munich Bachazouk Weekend 2024

When is the Munich Bachazouk Weekend 2024?

The festival will take place in the middle of December 2023 from the 8th until the 10th of December 2023 (Friday to Sunday)

Where is the Munich Bachazouk Weekend 2024?

It will be in The Westin Grand Munich, a 5-star hotel located in the city centre.

How much does the Munich Bachazouk Weekend 2024 cost?

Prices for FULL PASS start from 90EUR.

How to get to Munich Bachazouk Weekend 2024?

You can either fly directly to Munich or to some of the close airports such as: Memmingen (FMM) (101.1 km), Salzburg (SZG) (112.6 km), Nuremberg (NUE) (155.2 km) and Stuttgart (STR) (186.3 km).

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